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digit-char weight &optional radix => char

Arguments and Values:

weight---a non-negative integer.

radix---a radix. The default is 10.

char---a character or false.


If weight is less than radix, digit-char returns a character which has that weight when considered as a digit in the specified radix. If the resulting character is to be an alphabetic[1] character, it will be an uppercase character.

If weight is greater than or equal to radix, digit-char returns false.


 (digit-char 0) =>  #\0
 (digit-char 10 11) =>  #\A
 (digit-char 10 10) =>  false
 (digit-char 7) =>  #\7
 (digit-char 12) =>  false
 (digit-char 12 16) =>  #\C  ;not #\c
 (digit-char 6 2) =>  false
 (digit-char 1 2) =>  #\1

Affected By: None.

Exceptional Situations: None.

See Also:

digit-char-p, graphic-char-p, Section 2.1 (Character Syntax)


The following X3J13 cleanup issue, not part of the specification, applies to this section:

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